Special Issue "Design and Validation of Advanced Quantum Computing"

A special issue of Electronics (ISSN 2079-9292). This special issue belongs to the section "Quantum Electronics".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2022) | Viewed by 256

Special Issue Editors

Dr. Awais Ahmad
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Guest Editor
Department of Computer Science And Engineering, Air University, Islamabad 44000, Pakistan
Interests: data fusion; data integration; big data analytics and wireless sensor network
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Dr. Gwanggil Jeon
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Guest Editor
Department of Embedded Systems Engineering, Incheon National University, Incheon 22012, Korea
Interests: image processing; particularly image compression; motion estimation; demosaicking;and image enhancement; computational intelligence; fuzzy and rough sets theories
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Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

Quantum computation is a rapidly developing field and forward leaps forward have been accomplished during recent years. Quantum calculation is evolving from an emerging topic in science into an established field in science and design. With the expanding size of quantum processors, sub-modules that comprise the processor equipment will become too large to precisely reproduce on an old-style PC. Thus, in the near future each new crude plan and boundary decision will require tedious coordination between planning, manufacturing, and test approval. Here, we can show how we can plan and test the exhibition of cutting-edge quantum equipment by utilizing existing quantum PCs. Zeroing in on superconducting transmon processors at the noticeable equipment stage, we can calculate the static and dynamic properties of individual and coupled transmons. We can show how the energy spectra of transmons can be acquired by variational cross-breed, quantum, old-style calculations that are appropriate for close term loud quantum PCs. Furthermore, single-and two-qubit gate simulations are elucidated by means of Suzuki–Trotter decomposition. The strategies clear a promising way towards planning competitor quantum processors when the requirements for ascertaining sub-module properties surpass the abilities of old-style registering assets.

In this SI, editors encourage topics related to hypothetical and fundamental research on the potential and restrictions of quantum innovation, quantum design, and validation, and the investigation of how to accomplish a new advance quantum design. The scope of utilization is suited to the new consolidating innovation; for example, cloud mobile/ubiquitous computing, Internet of Things, big data analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain, and distributed records innovation.

Original contributions are solicited in relevant areas, including, but not limited to:

  • Quantum measures and benchmarks; quantum volume and devotion
  • Connectivity and topology; entrapment-based remote sensing utilizing AI
  • Quantum PCs and designing; qubit plan and control
  • Quantum data science utilizing AI
  • Quantum advantages; algorithms and complexity
  • Hypothetical and empirical algorithm analysis
  • Quantum programming improvement; quantum work processes for application stacks
  • HPC integration; quantum assurance, testing, validation, and verification
  • Photonic quantum computing and simulation
  • AI and decision-making using quantum computing
  • Optimization problems —planning, transportation, store network, and coordinations
  • Interchanges hypothesis; quantum organizing; quantum web; quantum correspondence advances
  • Design of quantum computing using micro-architectures

Dr. Awais Ahmad
Dr. Gwanggil Jeon
Guest Editors

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  • Quantum computing
  • Quantum network and programming
  • Quantum networking
  • Quantum theory
  • Quantum complexity
  • Quantum artificial intelligence
  • Quantum testing and assurance
  • Quantum topology
  • Quantum simulator
  • Quantum micro-architecture

Published Papers

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